Updates on Cruisin’ on Main, Manchester’s Fireworks Celebration & Celebrate Manchester

Updates on Cruisin’ on Main, Manchester’s Fireworks Celebration & Celebrate Manchester

Please see below for updates regarding  Cruisin’ on Main, Manchester’s Fireworks Celebration and Celebrate Manchester. The following updates have been provided by each event’s committee or organizing body.

 

Cruisin’ on Main:

CRUISIN’ ON MAIN STREET IS BACK!

The Cruisin’ on Main Street Committee is pleased to announce that Cruisin’ will return to Main Street Manchester after its 2020 COVID hiatus.

The show is planned for Sunday, August 1 from 10 AM to 3 PM, with rain dates of Sunday, August 8 and Sunday, August 15.

In addition to a display of magnificent 1987 and prior vintage vehicles, music, food vendors, sponsor displays and special activities will all be a part of this event.

Cruisin’ 2021 will mark the 20th Anniversary of Cruisin’. “Over the past two decades people of all ages have enjoyed experiencing the art and engineering of our shared automotive history. The Cruisin’ Committee is grateful to be able to bring this special experience back to the community.” Ed Firestone, Chair, Cruisin’ on Main Street Committee, said.

For updated information on Cruisin’ 2021 find us on Facebook and Instagram. We are in the process of updating the Cruisin’ on Main Street website at www.cruisinonmainstreet.org and hope to have current information posted soon.

 

Manchester’s Fireworks Celebration:

Due to ongoing Coronavirus limitations and out of an abundance of caution, the James “Dutch” Fogarty Fourth of July Celebration committee has made the difficult decision to recommend to Manchester’s Board of Directors that Manchester’s Fireworks Celebration, scheduled for June 26, 2021, be cancelled.  Because national, state and local public health experts don’t expect health conditions for large public gatherings to improve enough any earlier than fall of this year, and because the celebration requires several months of planning and coordination and there are active contracts involved that must be terminated in a timely manner to avoid loss of funds, the decision to recommend cancellation is one of necessity and safety.  The committee knows firsthand what this community tradition means to Manchester and it’s the committee’s goal to come back bigger, stronger and better in 2022. 

 

Celebrate Manchester:

Celebrate Manchester (formerly known as Pride in Manchester) has been canceled.

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